XVth Biennial Conference of the
European Personal Construct Association (EPCA)
Barcelona, June 29th to July 2nd, 2020
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Ramon Llull University
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Dear colleagues,

We are sorry to announce that due to the situation with the Coronavirus, as well as the health authorities’ recommendations and University policies in different countries we have decided to cancel the conference.

We will soon contact those who registered already about refunds.

We hope to have another chance in a not so distant future to meet in Barcelona.

About the Conference

This conference is an invitation for anyone interested in Personal Construct Theory from whatever background to come and share their ideas regarding the application and development of PCT. We welcome the participation of practitioners, academics, researchers and students from a PCT background as well as from related approaches such as constructivists, constructionists and narrative. The welcome extends to anyone using or critiquing PCT and its related methodologies such as repertory and qualitative grids, and laddering.
The EPCA conferences aim to explore developments and applications of methods of PCT across the diverse range of fields of research and practice that it has informed including education, counselling, business, the arts, architecture, and religion. A common feature underpinning these diverse fields is the personal construing of people as they generate meaning and make choices based on their personal experience. 
This 15th Biennial European Personal Construct Association Conference is somehow a celebration of a Silver Jubilee, as  Barcelona hosted the International PCP Congress exactly 25 years ago, in 1995.

Local Committee
Luis Botella, Tary Gómez, Sergi Corbella, Meritxell Pacheco, Olga Herrero, Carlota Caterina Stewart, Alexandra Mariné, Ana Díaz

Contact Address

 Scientific Committee
  • Luis Botella, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona, Spain
  • Vivien Burr, University of Huddersfield, UK
  • Chiara Centomo, George Kelly Society, Padua, Italy
  • Sabrina Cipolletta, University of Padua, Italy
  • Jelena Pavlovic, University of Belgrade, Serbia
  • Harry Procter, University of Hertfordshire, UK
  • Jörn Scheer, Hamburg (ex-University of Giessen), Germany
  • David Winter, University of Hertfordshire, UK

Advisory Committee
  • Greta Cecutti, EASE Wellbeing Organisation, London, Italy/UK
  • Gabriele Chiari, School of Specialisation in Constructivist Psychotherapy, CESIPc, Florence, Italy
  • Sergi Corbella, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona, Spain)
  • Vladimir Džinović, Institute for Educational Research, Belgrade, Serbia
  • Guillem Feixas, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
  • Miroslav Filip, Institute of Psychology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic
  • Josep Gallifa, Universitat Ramon Llull Barcelona, Spain
  • Jesus García, Universidad de Sevilla, Sevilla, Spain
  • Melanie Giles, University of Ulster, Ulster, UK
  • Tary Gómez, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona, Spain)
  • Olga Herrero, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona, Spain
  • Chiara Lui, Institute of Constructivist Psychology, Padua, Italy
  • Joan Carles Medina, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
  • Adrian Montesano, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain
  • Judith Mullineux, Ulster University, Ulster, UK
  • Bernadette O’Sullivan, Vico Consultation Centre, Ireland
  • Meritxell Pacheco, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona, Spain
  • Elisabetta Petitbon, Irish Constructivist Psychology Association, Ireland
  • Matthias Rosenberger, elements and constructs, Leipzig, Germany
  • Marta Salla, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
  • Luis Ángel Saúl, UNED, Madrid, Spain
  • Lauren Sayers, EASE Wellbeing Organization, London, UK
  • Dušan Stojnov, University of Belgrade, Serbia

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